Indianapolis is a midwestern metropolis on the rise. Climbing above its “Naptown” or “India-no-place” monikers of the late 70s and early 80s, Indianapolis has seen a revitalization that makes it the envy of other mid-to-large size cities.
Sports laid the foundation of the Indianapolis resurgence. Home of the Indianapolis 500 and the Indiana Pacers professional basketball team, the sports dominance of Indianapolis took flight in the early 1980s. From the construction of the Hoosier (RCA) Dome and the coup of winning the Colts professional football team from Baltimore, to the hosting of the Pan American Games, Read the rest of this entry »
Whether you are visiting Indianapolis or live there, you will find that the culture is amazing. There are many different places to go and things to do.
One of the amazing museums that are in Indianapolis is the Eiteljorg Museum of American Indians and Western Art. This museum has a wonderful collection of Native American and Western Arts. If you are able, you should take a chance to eat at the museum’s Sky City Cafe.The full explanation Read the rest of this entry »
Moving to Indy isn’t all “Satellite Internet Versus Dial-up” and “Where did we pack the shampoo?” it’s also exploring one of the great hidden gems of America and an emerging foodie scene at that! Here are a few of our top eateries to try once you get all settled in
St. Elmo Steakhouse: St. Elmo’s is an institution here and man do they know how to put out a good steak. Order the ribeye medium rare and expect the best service in the city while you’re at it.
Barcelona Tapas: Bet you didn’t know Indy had such a multicultural food scene! From Vietnamese to Russian, we’ve got it all, but our favorite is Barcelona’s. They know how to do tapas the Spanish way and this joint’s best done with a crowd.
Slippery Noodle Inn: Besides the fact that it has the best name in the city, the Slippery Noodle Inn has some of the best Asian in town. It’s slightly Americanized but it’s still got all the flavor you’d expect – we like the Udon with beef, in case you’re wondering.
In 1812, Indianapolis was selected as the new state capitol of Indiana. It was said, that Indianapolis is the largest city and the closest to the center of the state. It is also known to be the 12th largest city in the United States and, as of the 2010 U.S. Census, one of the fastest growing regions in the United States. Indianapolis has a population density of 2,230 person per square mile. Indianapolis has also has the largest zoo in Read the rest of this entry »
Indianapolis is one of the most culturally diverse and interesting places to visit in the United States. In Indianapolis, you can experience a variety of different activities including the Indianapolis Art Center, Canal and White River State Park, Fountain Square, and Indiana Avenue, to name a few. Regardless of what you choose to do in Indianapolis, you will be pleased with the amount of activities there are to do and how much fun you can have in the Read the rest of this entry »
Indianapolis, Indiana is one of the best cities in all of the United States. There are tons of great places to eat, tons of great museums, and a plethora of activities. Indianapolis has a great night life as well as a great culture surrounding the day. Some activities that you can experience in Indianapolis include Canal and White River State Park, Mass Avenue and the Wholesale District. These are all places that you will want to put on your schedule and “to do” list when visiting Indianapolis.
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Few cities in the United States can claim a stronger cultural scene than Indianapolis, which boasts six specially designated cultural districts alongside the usual complement of museums and art galleries. These neighborhoods form the vibrant cultural heart of the city, and each has its own special flair. Massachusetts Avenue, for example, flaunts its theatres while the Wholesale District boasts the renowned Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Within and outside of these urban hotspots, however, art remains an important cultural focus for Indianapolis. The two grandest symbols Read the rest of this entry »